The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania reported the following activity in the suit brought by Michelle Rose
against Johnson & Johnson
on April 11: 'Order And Suggestion Of Remand For Cases On Exhibit A: Upon Receipt Of An Order To Remand From The Clerk Of The Judicial Panel On Multidistrict Litigation And The Timely Filing Of Any Joint Designations Of The Mdl 2327 Record By Counsel In The Individual Case, The Clerk Of This Court, Pursuant To 28 U.s.c. 1407, Is Ordered That On 4/21/2019 The Cases Identified On Exhibit A That Are Still Pending Shall Be Remanded To The United States District Courts Identified On Exhibit A; On Or Before 4/21/2019 The Parties Are Ordered To Confer And To File All Documents From The Main Mdl That The Parties Jointly Deem Relevant To Constitute An Appropriate Record For The Receiving Court To Consider, As More Fully Directed Herein; Any Joint Motion To Dismiss May Be Ruled Upon And Any Proper Stipulation Of Dismissal May Close A Case Prior To Remand; On The Transfer Date, The Clerk Is Directed To Utilize The Appropriate Function In Cm/ecf To Extract Each Member Case Listed On Exhibit A That Remains Pending And Remand It To The Corresponding United States District Court Listed On Exhibit A; After Remand Of Each Member Case Listed In Exhibit A That Is Not Dismissed Prior To The Transfer Date, The Clerk Is Directed To Formally Close The Case And Strike It From The Docket Of This Court. Signed By Judge Joseph R. Goodwin On 4/11/2019. (cc: Clerk Of The Jpmdl; Counsel Of Record; Any Unrepresented Party) (ref: Cases Listed On Exhibit A) (kab)'
Case number 2:19-cv-00487-DSC was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania on 04/29/2019.